This week in the garden – vol 77
NGC FALL PLANT SALE, Thursday, Nov 3rd 3p-7p and Friday, Nov 4th 10a-7p
Our members have always been our best advertising team so please highlight the NGC Fall plant sale through Facebook, Instagram, Nextdoor or even your email list of friends. The postcard flyer is attached to this email.
- Please contact Kathy Sumner at 678-357-8684 with the list of plants you will be bringing for the plant sale. Type of plant, color of bloom and the number. If you have photos, please text or email to Kathy (678.357.8684; firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Drop off for plants and boxes will be on Wednesday, Nov 2nd between 10:00 and 7:00.
- Thursday from 10:00 to 3:00 is setup and last-minute cleanup for the plant sale.
EVERY MEMBER IS NEEDED WHO IS ABLE, to help make this a successful event. Click here to signup:https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4cabad2fabfdc43-fall Signup or Contact Kathy for questions or to volunteer. (678.357.8684)
o Plant prep: potting, sorting, labeling, and marking with sale prices
o Sales assistance for customers during the sale
o Loading customer purchases
o There are many tasks that you can help with
November Meeting Tuesday, November 8th
10:00-12:00 pm At the Cottage
10:00 Social time; Meeting 10:30 to 12:00pm
Program: Holiday Decorating Come to the Cottage and get ideas to change or refresh your HOLIDAY DECORATING. Sun, from Eden Florist, will share her ideas with us.
Please RSVP to Debbie Boyd (email@example.com) by Monday, November 7th
SAVE the DATE!
December Meeting and Holiday Party December13th 6-9pm
Bleu House catered dinner at The Norcross Cultural Arts Center. Cost is $25 per person.
Members who are interested in creating a vignette fairy scene for the Enchanted Forest event in Johnson Dean Forest on November 6, please contact Leanne Penman. See below for more details.
SAVE the DATE!
April 18-20, 2023, Garden Club of Georgia Convention at Stone Mountain Evergreen Resort
See Twig Vol 76 for volunteer signup, sponsorship information and a request for driftwood to be used in table centerpieces.
Message from Barbara Bourque, Convention Chairman: Dogwood District is hosting the GCG Convention! We want everyone to attend this "Magical" celebration. Fantastic Speakers at the afternoon workshops and meals, wonderful vendors for your shopping pleasure, great room rates at the hotel, delightful camaraderie with garden club friends. Everyone pays their own way for hotel and meals, but it still takes mega-bucks to put on a convention: Audio Visual is a major cost, speaker fees/meals, printing, tickets, signage, floral designs, etc. Therefore, we need everyone's help financially and volunteer-wise. Registration forms for Convention will be published in the December Garden Gateways magazine and distributed via email through the listserv.